People in the newsgroups occasionally assert that CodeGear should sell a Delphi personality for Visual Studio so that, amongst other things, Delphi for .NET could get better support for the .NET Compact Framework, including designers and debugging. But this is a false premise. The designers and debuggers are hard-wired to C# and VB.NET. Not even Microsoft’s own C++/CLI can use them, and third-party languages are no better off. Writing CF code in VS.NET using a language other than C# or VB.NET is very much like doing it in Delphi today; you write a standard WinForms app, remove the stuff which isn’t in .NET, and reference ("link to") the CF assemblies instead of the standard framework.
In short, while there might (or might not) be good reasons for CodeGear to sell such a product, CF support isn’t one of them.